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of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, families gathered as they have every year in new york, virginia, and pennsylvania. near ground zero, family members read each name of loved ones lost. >> my father. >> the public ceremony included personal and emotional tributes. family members, firefighters, and first responders walked down into the ground zero construction site carrying photographs and laying flowers on the reflecting pool. president obama spoke about the recent mosque controversies and emphasized the need to return to unity. >> the highest honor we can pay those we lost, indeed our greatest weapon in this ongoing war, is to do what our adversaries fear the most. stay true to who we are as americans. renew our sense as common purpose. say that we define the character of our country. >> in pennsylvania, michelle obama and laura bush paid tribute to the crew and passengers aboard flight 93. twin beams lighting up the new york skyline and symbolizing with the twin towers once stood. ceremonies and memorials that serve as reminders that the nation is still warning and healing from t
to support their vision. >> i am still teaching. i am not northern virginia community college and i was there yesterday. i will be there tomorrow. i teach full-time. i teach english. >> the visit took place as the white house was announcing that she will head of a summit for committed colleges next month. >> the president wants to meet the goal by 2020 for our nation to have the highest number of college graduates. you are working on that. we are working on that. >> the school's president says her demonstration is already developing programs to help reach the president's goal. >> we always measured the success of the college in terms of our student success. we know we have a lot to celebrate. >> a song from students. >> do you want to break into song here? ♪ [applause] >> i did want to sing to her. i loved to sing. >> he is hoping it will not be his last indication. he is hoping to earn a degree so he can manage his own music business. >> we will be short -- much more ahead tonight. >> a few frets over the amount of time your child spends on the computer, it could be beneficial. >
virginia. they came from a place that calls itself a rescue farm. >> the farm in western venue was supposed to be a horse rescue. the 53 horses there needed to be rescued. you can almost see it in their eyes, the pain and the neglect. >> if you live in their eyes coming you can tell they are hurting. it is the same thing with people. i think wiser the winnowed to the soul. -- the white -- the eyes are the windows to the sill. >> somewhere close to death. they are being cared for now. >> this is normally covered with flesh. it is basically like a skeleton. >> this way between 1000 and 1,200 pounds. this probably weighs 750 at the most. >> they were brought here yesterday from what was supposed to be a horse rescue farm in west virginia. starting in dehydrated, six of those in the worst condition came here. >> we cannot be a hearing him and what an animal suffering without trying to do something about it. to the horses are gone ivs. they wondered if they would make it through the night. >> by the grace of god in a lot of prayers, they are standing today. they are doing better. >> despite the
years ago. neighbors at his home in arlington, virginia, saw him often and say he was a loving, caring son to his mother, who had been ill for some time. >> he is to take care of his mother. he would come home and take her to the doctor. i cannot believe he shot her. i cannot believe this. this is crazy. >> never say that his mother lived with him, and he has been on family medical leave since june of this year. before that, he was driving a bus in the d.c. area, serving people with physical disabilities. he carried a concealed weapon permit in the state of virginia since 2006. he did have to pass a background check to see that permit. we need to receive that permit. >> many of you shared your concerns -- he had to pass a background check to receive that permit. keep up with the stories and latest developments overnight on wbaltv.com. the investigation is ongoing for three suspects who sexually assaulted a woman. police released a composite sketch of one of the suspects. the attack happened around 2:30 a.m. on saturday. that is when the victim said she was dragged into the woods and se
the virginia-north carolina border. here is the radar monitoring the progress. heavy rain is getting to the outer banks. the center of the storm is simply to the south and east of ocean city where high winds and rough surf and a showery weather is expected. if it takes a turn to the east, we will avoid some tougher whether. >> we will check back with you in a couple of minutes. in addition, you can follow in a hurricane at wbaltv.com. we also want to let you know, starting tomorrow, we will have live coverage from ocean city as maryland gets ready for earl. after more than seven years of war, president barack obama made the end to the u.s. combat in iraq officials today. obama was quick to point out that this was not a victory speech. >> the president's speech from the oval office last about 15 minutes. thousands watch as he made the monumental announcement, including those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the years since the war began. >> operation iraqi freedom is over. >> as the president made the formal announcement, hundreds of hundreds -- hundreds of thousands of homeless and
county. petersburg. west virginia all back in the 50's. some cool air trying work it's way to the central part of the state and the northern and western should get into the foolish air but there will be clouds around in the morning and wide range from 55 up northwest and 65 around baltimore at the inner harbor and points on the to eastern shore and a mix of clouds and sun to start the day. this storm brought us lightest batch of rain. much needed rain, and the front is trying move off the coast but down to the south you see the front is stalling out and there's a tropical system south of cuba that will ride up that funnel and bring perhaps rain now here in the mid-atlantic region. a lot of showers up to key west and almost to miami. good activity across the florida coast. think this is all associated with the tropical storm. there's a bunch of tropical moisture and see circulation up in here where low pressure is trying to form. hurricane center thinks this depression with wind office 35 miles an hour will get stronger if the sustained winds reach 40 which looks to happen, it'll become tr
and quickly it is 14-0 in west virginia. terps getting out of their shell a little bit. a monster hit. third quarter, 28-0. robinson up for corey smith. 60 yards and a touchdown. how do you top that? robinson has plenty of time and is able to step into the throat. the deep crossing route and smith is gone, 80 yards this time. 28-14. the next time, smith dropped the ball. 31-17 for the victory. 37-23 past louisiana tech. ambrose of towson looking for an upset with the national champs from villanova. second quarter, matt caesar were from the wildcat formation. touchdown, 22-0 nova. thousands rebuttal, a nice effort but he drops it. villanova looking every bit the part of the reigning champ beat towson, 43-7. some good high school football tonight. tonight they get together under the lights at towson university. getting used be digging is to the college campuses. darrius jennings, 274 rushing yards for the night. gilman has little trouble from the stags, 35-10. going on the road following monday night on road feels like a recipe for disaster. ray lewis in his 15th year at middle linebacker demo
at the university of virginia say that it does not stop the spread of unwanted germs. they said that they were surprised at the results. they say that hand washing is the best way to prevent illness. >> the sunday rain moved out, the monday sunshine came back, temperatures in the 60's yesterday, making it to the low 80's yesterday -- today. comfortable around the beltway at this hour, low 70's in downtown baltimore. 59 in frederick, some of the suburbs will be quite cool by morning. skies remain cool, high-pressure selling in. 64 degrees downtown with sunrise coming at 6:47 coal -- 6:43 -- 6:47. the next front coming in is barely dry. just a few scattered clouds as it passes through with high- pressure reestablishing itself. the next few fronts will not produce much in terms of precipitation chances, sliding through without any pretense. the third one in the series comes in on thursday evening with a chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms. nice weather until thursday, cloudy and breezy with highs of 78 to 83, pretty close to the normal. the wind will be brisk out of the northwest with s
from central virginia right now. overnight, expect more showers and a few claps of thunder. we do have a flood threats continuing, however. a couple of different varieties year. it could fled low-lying areas south of the bay. it is a coastal flood warning. southerly winds have pushed the water into the bay. the thais who run it 2 feet above normal. the potential is there for some minor court moderate coastal flooding. over an inch of rain at the airport so far. temperatures were above normal today, even with the rain. they're holding in the 70's right now. 73, downtown baltimore. that contrasts between monday tropical air in the east and colorful air in the west. that boundary will continue to generate some showers as we had to sunrise. you can see the warmer air over the mid atlantic. cooler air is west of the mountains. the warm front triggered some small -- some large storms earlier today. until they can pass through here, we have the chance for more rain. a little bit of an unsettled pattern for a couple more days. shoppers in the morning, then some breaks in the clouds. here comes
. >> the university of virginia set aside time for students and faculty today to discuss stopping domestic violence on campus. it was prompted by last spring's killing of a student, yeardley love. a performance this morning came before some words before the universities for -- president. she said she hoped that breakout discussions would help comfort students and create a more caring community. >> we are not going to get rid of anger, hatred, drug abuse, and all the rest of the things that might be recalled as, but what we can do is at least be a little more responsive so we know what is going on. >> and used the organization -- a new student organization helped with the day. >> tonight hollywood is remembering a popular icon of the 1950's and 1960's. >> according to a new report, six of the seven fattest nations all have one thing in common. we will tell you what it is. >> i want to make sure if i get this answer wrong, i cannot be held for perjury. >> find out why stephen colbert was called to congress today. >> we'll have those stories plus a preview of the 36 season of "saturday night live" whi
degrees warmer than normal. we had 91 degrees at the airport. 92 in charleston, west virginia. 99 degrees in louisville, ky. a lot of that heat will hang around. we had this front trying to move through. all this warm, muggy air that is still in place will remain here for the next couple of days. fall started a couple of minutes ago. it will continue to feel like summer. partly cloudy. there is the front. md., began to dissipate, and yank its post-to the north. -- and gets pushed back to the north. maybe an isolated storm popping up tomorrow afternoon. most spots will stay dry and humid. things will cool off as another weak front makes its way across our region over the weekend break able take until sunday before temperatures drop back to normal levels. 85-90 tomorrow, a good deal of sunshine. waves are running about 1 foot. 80 in the mountains with some sunshine tomorrow. ocean city, just kind of a summary date. lisa is even weaker, barely discernible. that storm does not look like much of a threat. the next name on the list is matthew. 88 to borrow around baltimore and into the low 90's
. it is now 88 in richmond. 87 in charleston, west virginia. cincinnati was at 89. that will come in here tomorrow as we get a warm-up. 82 at bwi marshall. we're close to normal. cloud cover passed to the north of us, generating a few showers near the pennsylvania state line. sun rises at 6:40 tomorrow morning. for the time being, the storm is stretched out along the u.s.- canadian border. it is really across some of the plain -- trailing across some of the plain states. it has been a little while since we have had rain. my trip here -- it might trigger a few spotty showers later this week. the winds may require a small craft advisory by the evening hours with temperatures on the water in the upper-70's. a couple sprinkles in the mountains to mar 9. 89 around the bay. -- tomorrow night. 89 around the bay. we are watching that tropical storm which is almost up to brownsville, texas. winds are fairly weak for a tropical storm. it will weaken further as it moves inland through west texas and the southern plains. if we're lucky, it might turn eastbound and we will catch a shower. right now, t
of virginia. some of that action will get into our region on sunday. that is our next chance of rain. tomorrow, more sunshine, highs of 75-80 degrees. breezy, with 25 miles per hour winds. the winds will gust over 25 knots on the bay. it will feel like fall. highs in the 60's, going into the 40's out in western maryland tomorrow night curre. 78 around the bay. breezy out on the open waters. upper 70's with mainly sunny skies on a lower eastern shore. we are approaching the peak of the hurricane season, typically around september the 10th is the most active time of the year. here comes another one into the range of our satellite imagery. it is a tropical storm igor. there winds are at 45 miles per hour. it is forecast to move in that general direction. moving at less than 10 miles an hour. as it makes it way over the warm atlantic, it is forecast to become a category two hurricane. making its way to the central atlantic by early next week. whether it turns toward bermuda, or keeps going westbound towards the bahamas, we will have to wait and see. fall preview. 78 tomorrow. 77 on friday. low 50'
of rain which is just coming up out of virginia and southern maryland, will be with us for a while. is heavy as you get down to parts of eastern north carolina. that is one thing will have to watch for tomorrow, the potential for severe storms embedded in this batch of heavy rain. so far the -- only. 02 of rain so far officially. we are still running cool, 65, frederick county in the low 60s, and it gets chilly out in western maryland in the 50's. tropical like air is already starting to feed up into southern maryland. the air is loaded with moisture, so look for some showers in the region in the morning. breezy, 58-65 to start off thursday. nicole did not last very long. it was gone by 5:00 in the afternoon, but the remnants of it down here are still loaded with tropical moisture and this area of low pressure, combined with new ones on this stalled front will bring all the tropical moisture into the mid atlantic. we are in for some heavy rain and may be severe thunderstorms as well. rod brown baltimore and on to the eastern shore tomorrow afternoon, watch for gusty winds. the poss
tough coached by andrews, that's chris hart to moore from freck rickson virginia. he's gone. 64 yards. the tigers 0-1 back home next week. more than 30 years ago a young 16-year-old student made a memorable mark to the finals of the open. her name was pam shriver. another young lady with ties hold off a major upset at flushing meadow. 18-year-old beet truss. she upset irvani from france. second set here. she's up 4-3. she wins the point to go up 5-3. and you could feel -- feel the momentum just all -- in the corner. match point here. beet truss attends the -- beatrice attends the academy. she once went to madonna. 16-year-old pam shriver reached the finals of the open. and now beatrice is in the third round thanks to that point right there. what a moment. the orioles and red sox wrapped up their series at camden yards where brad bergersen made the 24th start of the season and almost did not make it out of the second inning. adrian beltre leads off the second. he launches one. it -- it -- hits one tonight. 4 hump foot home run. nine bars --
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